Last year, a short entitled Almost Home featured an alien race called the Boov and their attempts to find a new home after fleeing the evil Gorg. After a series of interplanetary mishaps, the short ended with them arriving at Earth.
In Home, the Boov invade and relocate all humans to Australia where they live in quaint little houses and, apparently, are fed and clothed but otherwise ignored (a Boov theme park has been assembled to keep them amused). Through a fluke, Gratuity ‘Tip’ Tucci is missed in the planet-wide relocation project and she and her cat, Pig, set out in the family’s battered car to find her mother. She encounters Oh, the architect of the interplanetary mishaps mentioned above and things get even weirder from there.
NBC has signed Jim Parsons to voice Buddy in Elf: Buddy’s Musical Christmas. The one-hour stop-action animated special finds Buddy traveling to New York city in search of the father he never knew he had. Along the way, he brings the magic of Christmas to everyone he encounters.
The cast also include, among others: Ed Asner, Kate Micucci, Mark Hamill, Jay Leno and Fred Armisen. Elf: Buddy’ Musical Christmas premieres on Tuesday, December 16th (8/7C).
CBS’ The Big Bang Theory has set up an enticing mystery to keep fans intrigued over the summer – where in the world is Sheldon? On its premiere on its new night – Monday, September 22nd (8/7C) – we will get the answer to that question.
Before that, though, we can see what happens when he gets home. Check out the epic trailer after the jump.
The first group of presenters for the 66th Emmys has been revealed. Among the thirteen are such stars as Matthew McConaughey, Julia Roberts, Woody Harrelson and Halle Berry. For the complete list of presenters named today, follow the jump.
The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards will be presented, live, on NBC, on Monday, August 25th.
When an alien race called the Boov invade the Earth and relocate humans so that they can settle in properly, a resourceful girl named Tip (Rihanna) avoids capture and, with an alien called Oh (Jim Parsons) learns that there’s a great deal more at stake than intergalactic relations in DreamWorks Animation’s Home.
Home invades theaters on March 27the, 2015. Check out the first trailer after the jump.
For three seasons, whenever I’ve tried to watch an episode of The Big Bang Theory [CBS, Mondays, 8/7C], I’ve found it predictable and remarkably unfunny. I’ve even tried episodes that guest-starred the inimitable Christine Baranski. Nothing.